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1275 No. 1275 [Edit]
Is your computer moe?
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>> No. 1276 [Edit]
I'm running windows 7 with the nanami voice pack if that counts for anything.
>> No. 1277 [Edit]
I'm using a steam-like theme I don't like but it's the best I found, every other dark themes has a dark background that makes using eg Texmaker impossible.

>>1276
Same.

Post edited on 13th Mar 2015, 2:12pm
>> No. 1278 [Edit]
>>1277
can you link this theme?
>> No. 1279 [Edit]
>>1278
http://yorgash.deviantart.com/art/Steam-VS-for-Windows-7-449032822
>> No. 1317 [Edit]
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My computer is a 9 year old loli
>> No. 1361 [Edit]
>>1276
Where can I get this voice pack?
>> No. 1416 [Edit]
>>1361
From buying the Premium version of Window 7 Jap edition.
https://youtu.be/qJ02u35sZ4c
>> No. 1439 [Edit]
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>>1275
Yes it is.

Still haven't figured out the language.
>> No. 1440 [Edit]
>>1439
Nice
>> No. 2287 [Edit]
>>1439
I'm aware this is a very old post and a very old thread, but does anybody know the name of the font used on that screenshot in the browser window?
Looks very familiar, but I can't remember which one it is.
>> No. 2288 [Edit]
>>2287
I think it might be Microsoft Himalaya.
>> No. 2289 [Edit]
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>>2287
The posts in this thread look like they're rendered with Times New Roman at font size 12, the smaller text I think at font size 8. The Opera UI text looks like Arial at font size 8. Everything else looks like MS Sans Serif. They may look different on newer versions of Windows due to more sophisticated font rasterization, but I remember those fonts looking like that as late as XP, if not later.
>> No. 2290 [Edit]
>>2289
Also seems like there's no anti-aliasing on that text (which is weird since I thought that xp had cleartype support).
>> No. 2291 [Edit]
>>2290
I remember when I made the bios theme for /tc/, it took me a good minute to figure out how to get a font to render the way it did. Everything kept wanting to do anti-aliasing.
>> No. 2292 [Edit]
>>2291
...and after checking it with palemoon, I see it's messed up.
>> No. 2293 [Edit]
>>2289
>>2288
>>2290
Thanks anons, think it's probably Times New Roman, although I just can't get it to look the right way on my Linux machine, goddamnit antialias is worse than spyware, disabled it everywhere but it's still applied (fontconfig, gtk settings with lxappearance, etc)... It's a shame, I hate antialiased Times New Roman.
>> No. 2294 [Edit]
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2294
>>2293
Disregard that, I'm stupid, put the wrong thing into my fontconfig. For anyone interested, this will disable antialias on all fonts (for a specific one, change "font" in the match tag):

<match target="font"><edit name="antialias" mode="assign"><bool>false</bool></edit></match>

Picrel is the result.
>> No. 2295 [Edit]
>>2293
>>2294
I don't get the appeal.
>> No. 2296 [Edit]
>>2293
If you're on a hidpi screen antialiasing is unnecessary anyway. osx disabled it a few versions back

Post edited on 29th May 2021, 12:41pm
>> No. 2373 [Edit]
>>2295
It also looks slightly better on a CRT, if you're running one for some reason.

>>2296
>osx disabled it a few versions back
Didn't they disable only subpixel AA (keeping grayscale by default)?
>> No. 2374 [Edit]
>>2373
>keeping grayscale
yeah you're right, my bad. When I played around with subpixel vs grayscale only, the only noticeable difference on the hidpi screen was that with grayscale-only aa, fonts were a bit thinner.

Post edited on 9th Aug 2021, 3:52pm
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